Insight: Arena Plans Approved / Science Olympiad / Donna Reads / Bob Ringwald
, Sacramento public radio
, Capital Public Radio
, CSU Sacramento
, Sacramento arena approved
, Kings arena approved
, Chris Granger, CEO, Sacramento Kings
, John Shirey, Sacramento City Manager
, Churchill Middle School Science Olympiad competitors
, STEM careers
, Science Olympiad National Tournament competitors from Churchill Middle School
, Donna Reads
, Donna Apidone
, Bob Ringwald, Fulton Street Jazz Band
, Jazz Jubilee
, Sacramento Music Festival
, Molly Ringwald
Last night, the Sacramento City Council voted 7-to-2 to approve a downtown arena development plan. Today on Insight, weâll hear reaction from Sacramento Kings President and CEO Chris Granger and talk with Sacramento City Manager John Shirey about what happens next.
A team of science-whiz students from Churchill Middle School are competing at the Science Olympiad National Tournament May 16-17. For 30 years, Science Olympiad has made science education fun and exciting for middle school and high school students across the country. We will speak with the head coach and two of his top competitors about their events and how to make kids excited about pursuing STEM careers.
A new book and an upcoming conference have Capital Public Radio's Donna Apidone thinking about dreams. In this month's Donna Reads, we'll learn more about "The Passionate Art of Nancy Richter Brzeski."
Donna's "Dream" Book List:
Nancy Richter Brzeski: The Passionate Art of Nancy Richter Brzeski
Theresa Cheung: The Element Encyclopedia of 20,000 Dreams
don Miguel Ruiz: The Four Agreements
don Miguel Ruiz jr: Living A Life of Awareness: Daily Meditations on the Toltec Path (he also wrote The Five Levels of Attachment)
Dylan Tuccillo, Jared Zeizel, Thomas Peisel: A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming
Pianist Bob Ringwald will lead the Fulton Street Jazz Band in this year's Sacramento Music Festival, where they are the only band to have appeared for each of its 41 years! Once called the Jazz Jubilee, Bob joins Insight to discuss the evolution of the festival, his career, and share recordings with his daughter, Molly.